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/ hour (
$30-35
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Details
Main Responsibilities:
Lead a small kitchen/ housekeeping team (currently 6 staff and may slightly grow over time)
Maintain consistency of operation and quality of service delivery by the team
Leading team meetings, birthday celebrations and occasional team bonding activities, performance reviews
Prepare plated vegan meals for a group of up to 25-30 guests, following the current menu (will train our recipes)
Our Location: 4384 South Island Hwy Campbell River V9H 1E8
Qualifications & Experience
Skills Required:
Previous experience in leading a team of min 10 people
Ability to independently prepare plated meals for a group of up to 30 people
Experience with meal customization to individual dietary needs (ex., diabetic, allergies, oxalate diet, nightshade-free diet etc.)
Great knife skills, high efficiency and experience in a commercial kitchen
Fine dining prep experience would be an asset
Some computer skills
/ hour (
$27-30, plus tips
)
Details
MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES:

- Prepare plated vegan meals for a group of up to 25-30 guests, following the current menu (will train our recipes)
- Customize meals as per individual dietary needs: create custom recipe menus and/ or prep those meals
- Food supplies planning and purchasing (travel to shop and pick up produce/supplies)
- Occasional food demo classes (will train)

Note: This is a very fast-paced environment; attention to detail and exceptional cleanliness are a must.

SCHEDULE: The nature of this position is intermittent: you will work four days per week for 3-week periods during our program dates and then will have 3 weeks off. There is a longer (6-7 weeks) break/ layoff in Nov-Dec. Please see program dates on our website at www.healthretreat.ca


WORK DAYS (DURING THE WEEKS ON):
Wed to Sat

HOURS: Morning Shift 7:00 a.m. to 2:30-4:30 p.m. Evening Shift 1:00 p.m. to 7:30-8:30 p.m.
Minus 30-min break. Most shifts are morning ones. Shift length may vary depending on the need.
Qualifications & Experience
Some experience in vegan/ vegetarian meal preparation
Ability to independently prepare plated meals for a group of 30 people
Experience with meal customization to individual dietary needs (ex., diabetic, allergies, oxalate diet, nightshade-free diet etc.)
Great knife skills and high efficiency; experience in a commercial kitchen would be an asset
Fine dining food preparation experience would be an asset
/ hour (
24.00
)
Details
Look for reliable hardworking individual able to work in a fast pace environment. Must have an eye for detail and good work ethic.
This job has flexible hours and hourly rate can be negotiated depending on experience.
Qualifications & Experience
Cleaning Experience
Valid Driver License
Reliable Vehicle
Criminal Record Check
Details

Information sessions for our highly popular Careers in Caring youth employment program (16-29) will be starting soon for the cohort beginning September 9th, 2024.

Info Sessions will be held from 1 - 2:30 pm on the following dates and can be attended virtually or in person at our Campbell River location,
920 Alder street.

• Thursday July 18 at 1pm
• Thursday July 25 at 1pm
• Tuesday July 30 at 1pm
• Tuesday August 13 at 1pm
• Wednesday August 21 at 1pm
• Wednesday August 28 at 1pm

Seats fill quickly for this unique earn as you learn program, be sure to register for a session soon!
/ hour (
$27.08 to 28.75 (DOE)
)
Details
North Island Employment is currently accepting applications for a full-time, in-office Executive Assistant
working in our Campbell River office but providing service to our Port Hardy office as well. This is an
excellent opportunity to work in an exciting, client-centered career with an award winning organization! As
a diverse and inclusive employer we are always open to hearing from anyone interested in the great work
we do with our clients, employers and the community!

Who we are…
Connecting people with work since 1986. With 37 years in business, North Island Employment is a
cornerstone in communities building extensive partnerships with businesses, other organizations,
communities and individuals in Campbell River and across Vancouver Island North. These partnerships
are integral to our ability to assist people to build self-sufficiency through active and sustainable participation
in the labour market and assist employers to hire the right people, with the right skills at the right time
contributing to a strong, resilient and healthy community.

As an award winning organization, North Island Employment is a respected leader in workforce
development and has been the recipient of numerous nominations and awards that include Business of the
Year and Diversity Leadership by the Campbell River Chamber of Commerce; twice being recognized as
Career Development Organization of the Year by the BC Career Development Association; and
Employment Organization of the Year by the Association of Service Providers for Employability and Career
Training.

Our culture is one of personal and professional excellence, mutual respect, collaboration and commitment
to people and community. In addition competitive wages, extended health and dental, health and sick days,
RSP matching, and 3 weeks’ vacation to start, are part of the total compensation package for eligible staff.

Why Campbell River…
Voted one of the Best Cities for Work in B.C. by BC Business magazine in 2018 and surrounded by majestic
mountains and spectacular views of Discovery Passage, Campbell River offers a rare combination of a
welcoming small town feel with large city amenities. From summer markets and events in Spirit Square to
a very active arts and culture community to year-round world class recreational opportunities and affordable
housing options, Campbell River is unparalleled.

If you are looking for a change in lifestyle then Campbell River and the North Island won’t disappoint!

Check out all the great things Campbell River has to offer by visiting:
http://www.campbellriver.ca/discover-campbell-river or https://www.campbellriver.travel/

Who you are…
As a professional you pride yourself on the following attributes:
• You genuinely enjoy working with a diverse range of people and personalities (staff, clients,
• community, vendors).
• You don’t quit until the job is done even if that means working outside of regular hours on occasion.
• You love the details and aren’t afraid to ask questions.
• You are highly organized and have the ability to consistently manage your time and never miss a
• deadline.
• You keep your working space tidy and professional.
• You love to learn new technologies, programs, policies and ways of doing.
• Ability to adapt and thrive in an environment where change is the norm.
• You are a process thinker who is always looking for better ways of doing things but communicate
• your ideas in a respectful manner which means you rarely get flustered.
• You appreciate the ability to work with minimal direction and supervision and are highly skilled at
• anticipating the needs of the organization and senior management team without prompting.
• Your sense of humor and collaborative approach to the team you work with make people want to
• work with you.


The Role…
The Executive Assistant position reports to the Executive Director but supports the entire Management
team. This position is the first point of contact and assists with the coordination of the day to day office
operations and logistics for both Campbell River and Port Hardy offices. This position consists of
coordinating two key areas of operation: building access and vendor relations (as the point of contact for
our building maintenance contractor Pacific Quorum); working closely with the Executive Director and the
Management team with preparation of documents and scheduling; and with the Executive Director with
overall coordination of documents and meetings of NIEFS Board of Directors.
This position requires a demonstrated ability to ensure information is kept confidential at all times. In
addition, given this role works across the organization the ability to be diplomatic and work with a diverse
staff in a professional manner through respectful communication is absolutely essential.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:
Board of Directors & Community Partnerships
• Work closely with the Executive Director on coordinating the confidential activities of the Board of
• Directors including: document preparation (i.e. agendas; meeting minutes; manuals; board
• packages etc.);
• Coordinating Board of Director events including: annual socials; retreats; and regular and executive
• board meetings. This includes renting space, organizing catering, creating agenda packages etc;
• Disseminating approved information and receiving communications from the Board on behalf of the
• Executive Director;
• Work closely with the Management Team in scheduling and preparation of community based
• partnership meetings and events (i.e. room booking and set up; arranging food/drinks; greeting and
• directing guests etc.);
• Perform other related duties as required.


Scheduling & Coordination
• Working closely with the Management Team and Client Services Coordinators on scheduling for
• the following: staff; rooms (i.e. sub-contractors; client training bookings; community room
• rentals/usage; Board meetings; etc.); parking etc.;
• Coordinate all approved travel, conference and event reservations;
• Collaborating on the coordination of office events (i.e. staff meetings; holiday parties; etc.);
• Development of standardized office documents; manuals; and training materials;
• Organize and manage the N: Drive (our internal cloud based document file system) to eliminate
• duplication and removal of out of date documents in collaboration with the Management Team;
• Organize and manage the client file room and the staff file room (i.e. labeling; incoming faxes etc.);
• Maintaining office inventory and ordering supplies in a fiscally responsible manner (i.e. paper, pens,
• bathroom supplies etc.).

File Maintenance, Building Access and Human Resource Support
• Maintain human resource files and ensure they are always up to date;
• Work with the Management Team to update job descriptions, job postings and HR Handbook on
• an as needed basis;
• Post job postings and track applicants for open positions and schedule interviews for shortlisted
• candidates;
• Collate all new hire packages for onboarding of new staff;
• Manage the overall access to the building including: keys; alarm codes; parking access etc. tracking
• new employees; departing employees; and contractors;
• Development of standardized building use and access documents with a focus on safety and
• security for all users;
• Coordinate and organize office phone systems including: acting as the main point of contact for
• external service providers (i.e. Quinsam Communications); new user extensions; office
• moves/changes; voicemail etc. and take the initiative to suggest new systems.

Key Competencies:
• Values. Behaves consistently with clear personal values that complement NIEFS’s values of
• excellence, diversity, and respect.
• Integrity & Ethics. Ensures integrity in personal and organizational practices and professional
• behavior. Builds a respectful and client-centered workplace committed to maintaining privacy and
• confidentiality.
• Innovation. Thinks creatively; is open to new ideas and technologies. Is committed to developing
effective and new approaches to service excellence. Is flexible and adaptable to meeting everchanging demands of clients, funders, employers, and other community stakeholders.
• Accountability. Accepts and creates a culture of accountability; fosters personal growth; takes
personal ownership and initiative. Is self-aware and demonstrates a commitment to ongoing
learning and continual improvement in a highly complex environment.
• Engagement. Shows passion for the job and the mission of North Island Employment.
• Effective Communication. Fosters open communication, actively listens to others, speaks
effectively and respectfully, and prepares written communication so that messages are clearly
understood.
• Organized & Efficient. Plans ahead and works in a systematic and organized way. Follows policy,
directions and procedures and ensures deliverables are met on time and according to agreed
standards.
Qualifications & Experience
Minimum education required is a diploma in Office and/or Business Management or equivalent.

Education and/or experience in human resources an asset.

3 years’ experience working as an Executive Assistant or Senior Administrative Assistant in a for profit, community or social service organization with a diverse staff and clients.

Extremely comfortable learning and using a range of technologies and experience working with
scheduling, case management database software and MS Office (including advanced knowledge
of Excel).

Demonstrated commitment to exceptional customer service and resolving issues both in person
and in a virtual service delivery environment.

Valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle.

Availability to work varied work hours including evenings and weekends on occasion.

A criminal record check will be required and employment will be contingent on the result of this
check being such that security clearance to work in the Integrated Case Management System
can be approved.
/ hour (
$45,000–$55,000 a year
)
Details
Full job description
K'awat'si Economic Development is looking for a Community and Cultural Events Coordinator who is responsible for planning, coordinating, and executing a variety of community events that promote engagement, foster a sense of community, and enhance overall well-being. The Community Events Coordinator will collaborate with internal teams, external partners, and community members to create memorable and impactful events.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Coordinate with community members and managers to plan and incorporate community events and monthly events for the employees. Ensure internal communication for these events.
Plan, organize, and execute community events and monthly staff events from conception to completion.
Foster relationships with community members, local businesses, and organizations to enhance participation in events.
Solicit feedback to continually improve and tailor events to meet community preferences and needs.
Organise monthly staff events.
Utilize company platforms to generate awareness about upcoming events.
Work closely with cross-functional teams to ensure seamless coordination and communication.
Collaborate with local authorities, community leaders, and sponsors to enhance event success.
Maintain detailed records of event planning and execution.
Work closely with Marketing on ideas about community engagement.
Check and fill the Inventory for the lunchroom.
Other duties as assigned.

What We Offer:

Career growth and development opportunities
1 month of covered accommodation for individuals relocating from outside of Northern Vancouver Island
Company events and holiday parties
Benefits after 6 months of employment with the company.
Wellness incentives including a discounted gym membership and free counselling services.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $45,000.00-$55,000.00 per year

Benefits:

Casual dress
Company events
Company pension
Dental care
Discounted or free food
Paid time off
Schedule:

Monday to Friday
Weekends as needed
Qualifications & Experience
Education and/or Work Experience Requirements:

Previous experience in a community engagement position is considered a strong asset.
Post-secondary education or bachelor’s in business administration.
Proficient in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Excel, Word)
Comfortable learning and using multiple different web platforms if needed.
Strong communication skills, both written and verbally
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59,622-107,047/yr DOE
)
Details
Wagalus Elementary School, Kwakiutl Band is seeking a full-time innovative, creative and dynamic KINDERGARTEN/GRADE 1 TEACHER who wants to make a positive difference for our students. The position is for one year term which may be extended. A maximum of 16 students with support of an Educational Assistant.
Wagalus School is a vibrant elementary school serves preschool to Grade 7 with approximately 40 students located in the Fort Rupert Village on the northern coast of beautiful Vancouver Island. The school provides quality and relevant educational programs and services that weaves Kwak’wala and Kwakiutl culture throughout the curriculum. Staff collaborate to meet the individual needs of our students while preparing them to be successful in the 21st Century. The front of the school features a traditional big house that is the “heart of the school” which welcomes students, staff and visitors to our learning environment. Kwakiutl Band provides a competitive salary, pension and a health and benefits program.
Qualifications & Experience
EMPLOYMENT QUALIFICATIONS
Bachelor Education Degree (elementary)
BC Teacher Certification
Primary teaching Experience – minimum of 3 years, preferably in a First Nations School
In-depth knowledge of the new BC Ed curriculum, and other educational programs
Innovative, creative, team player and resourceful
Strong organizational and planning skills to accommodate multi-grades and diverse needs
Experience working with First Nation children
Knowledge of literacy and numeracy programs and best practices
Knowledge of DIBELS, FSA and CAT4 testing for analysis and implementation school-wide
Knowledge and experience in using of the DRUMS reporting system for BCTEA and Reciprocal Tuition,
including TRAX for data transfer/submission to the Ministry of Education, an asset
Clear Criminal Record Check for working with vulnerable populations.
/ hour (
$25.00/hour
)
Details
We are seeking a dedicated, reliable and responsible adult to clean our Foundry Port Hardy Centre on a weekly basis. Cleaning services will be completed after hours on evenings and/or weekends. The successful candidate will have attention to detail, be sensitive and trustworthy with confidential information and be reliable. Applicants must be physically fit and capable of lifting, bending and completing cleaning tasks, including vacuuming and mopping, and cleaning bathrooms.

Cleaning services will be completed in a maximum of 3-4 hours a week, payable monthly upon invoice.
Only those shortlisted will be contacted for an interview.
Qualifications & Experience
Clean criminal record search required.
Confidentiality agreement required.
Physically fit and capable of completing cleaning tasks with attention to detail.
Responsible and trustworthy with the ability to work individually with little supervision.
Takes direction well and follows through with tasks reliably.
/ hour (
$19.00 and above DoE
)
Details
$19/hr to start which is negotiable.

Who We Are:
Kidz Connection is a large and busy daycare in Campbell River offering childcare for infants, preschoolers, and school age children.

Opportunity:
This is a full time Childcare Provider position which will include a benefits package as well as the option of free, full time daycare enrollment for child/ren of the successful candidate.
The right person will have the opportunity to become an Early Childhood Educator and the tuition will be paid for by Kidz Connection.

GREAT OPPORTUNITY for a working parent who needs child care while working and kids can be picked up from school.

The position is for Monday to Friday 11am-5:30pm
Qualifications & Experience
The successful applicant will:
- Have Class 5 driver's license
- Be 19 years of age
- Consent to a criminal record check
/ hour (
$22-$28/hr
)
Details
Landscape/Construction Labourer needed to join our team.
Qualifications & Experience
- Bobcat and Mini excavator and construction experience would be an asset but not necessary
- Valid Class 5 Driver's License - with clean abstract required and own transportation available
- Must be able to work flexible schedule with some weekends
- Carpentry experience is an asset but not necessary
Qualifications & Experience
If you are a single parent that has been receiving income or disability assistance for at least three months, you may be eligible for training and support to help you secure a long-term job.

In this informative session, we'll provide an overview of the program, cover basic eligibility, and let you know what kinds of benefits may be available to you.
Details
If you're interested in learning about funded skills training through WorkBC Employment Services, this is the information session for you.

We'll cover basic eligibility, talk about the types of training/education that might be considered, walk you through the application process and tell you about next steps.
Details
Have you heard about WorkBC Wage Subsidy?

Join us online, or in person at our Campbell River location (920 Alder Street) Friday, July 5th, August 9, or Sept 13 from 1-2 pm to learn more about this invaluable tool for those on the journey to employment!

The session will cover:
o what is wage subsidy
o how it can help a person find work
o eligibility
o process to apply
o how it works once you start the job

To register, please call 250-286-3441 or toll free 1-866-286-6788.

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Explore your career and employment or self-employment options through WorkBC Employment services.
Learn about ways we can help you get hired or look into training for a new career.
Qualifications & Experience
We can help with:
* Resume help and Job leads
* Wage Subsidies
* Financial supports to help you start a job
* Career Assessment and Planning
* Training options
* Self Employment options
* Youth Employment and Careers
* and more ...
/ hour (
$29.71-$31.52
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Youth Employment Specialist

Reports to: Regional Manager, Client Services
Hours: As per the Offer of Employment
Salary: $29.71-$31.52

Who you are…
As a professional you pride yourself on the following attributes:
 You genuinely enjoy working with a diverse range of youth and can easily engage youth with
complex challenges/needs and keep them engaged
 You strongly support and promote inclusion and diversity
 You have a positive conviction about others’ rights to self-determination, the capacity of people to
grow and change and are committed to empowering youth to gain skills and confidence.
 You have a strong understanding of mental health, wellness strategies, barriers to employment and
resources.
 Your collaborative approach and teamwork skills make people want to work with you.
 You have strong communication skills and a strength-based approach.
 You are a dynamic, energetic individual that enjoys working with community, education and
employers and helping people connect to opportunities.
 You love learning and aren’t afraid to ask questions.
 You embrace variety and value applying creative solutions
 You are organized and have the ability to consistently manage your time.
 You love to learn new technologies, programs, and policies.
 You have excellent data management and documentation skills.

The Role…
This role is part of a province-wide initiative that uses innovative, evidence-based approaches to delivering
integrated youth services in BC. The Youth Employment Specialist position reports to Regional Manager,
Client Services and provides comprehensive employment services through Foundry Work and Education
program to youth aged 15 – 24 years who are accessing services at Foundry Port Hardy (North Island
Crisis and Counselling) and/or through NIEFS WorkBC Employment Services. The role includes engaging
youth in determining employment and education needs, service planning, facilitation, supported referrals,
ongoing employment counselling and support, job development, job coaching and job maintenance that
improves employability and supports ongoing employment and/or education outcomes. This position will
support youth in their journey towards sustained employment or education through various service delivery
channels including in-person, outreach and virtual. Utilizing a client-centered approach the individual will
work alongside clients to identify strengths, skills and abilities and address barriers to the achievement of
employment, education and community connection goals. This position is also responsible for taking
personal initiative for staying up to date and following both Foundry and NIEFS policies to ensure client
confidentiality, accurate data entry and documentation standards.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:
 Work with youth to assess their employment, education and employability goals, needs, challenges,
strengths and resources and develop a comprehensive plan to address employment, education,
life skills and other employment-related goals to find/maintain work, enter or return to education,
enhance employability and achieve independence.
 Provide coaching/counselling and facilitate individualized sessions and group workshops to youth
to develop employability skills and to support them to achieve independence in key areas:
o Job search – including but not limited to setting employment goals, job targets, resume
writing, approaching employers, applying for work & job search techniques, interview skills,
effective references, appropriate social media boundaries for job search.
o Career planning & Goal Setting – including but not limited to personal planning and goal
setting, career assessment, career and education planning and research, how to get the
training, education or skills you need to work.
o Employability Life skills - including but not limited to personal leadership, motivation,
interpersonal communication, conflict resolution, problem solving, teamwork, healthy work
relationships, time management, stress, self-care, personal and workplace health and
safety, healthy lifestyle choices, and work-life balance.
o Independent Living Skills - including but not limited to budgeting, financial planning for
moving out, living on your own, education, employment, personal goals, housing search,
good tenant competencies, banking, nutrition, and community knowledge.
 Coordinate employment-related services and supports and provide client-centered, effective and
collaborative case management including:
o Strengths-based goal setting & action planning around employment -employability skills;
o Engagement, support and monitoring youths’ participation in employment services and
progress towards their employment, employability, education or independent living goals;
o Coordinating services and assisting youth to navigate through services and systems;
o Liaison and consultation with others on the youth’s Foundry Staff Team including
involvement in case planning and case conferences as needed;
o Assess and/or refer youth in need of employment-related diagnostic or disability supports
and other specialized services;
o Assess and arrange for employment-related financial supports such as transportation,
work gear and short-term certification courses such as Emergency 1st Aid, Foodsafe,
WHIMIS, etc
o Provide follow up services once client has achieved independence, education/training or
employment;
o Document, report and maintain case records of contacts, services delivered and outcomes
achieved (including best practices and success stories) as required by law and as specified
by Foundry, NIEFS and WorkBC Employment Services and associated funding
organizations.
 Engage with businesses to promote the hiring of youth and facilitate employment opportunities
based on youth’s interests and goals. Support youth to successfully find and maintain meaningful
employment through proactive Job Development services including marketing, networking and
Job Coaching support as needed. Collaborate with youth and employers to create on-the-job
training plans and strategies for thriving in the world of work.
 Develop relationships with community service providers, educational institutions and stakeholders
to facilitate holistic integrated service delivery characterized with a ‘warm’ referral process where
youth’s self-determination is prioritized.
 Other related duties as required.
Qualifications & Experience
Qualifications – preferred mix of knowledge, skills, experience and education:
 Experience working directly with youth (including those with complex challenges) in counselling,
coaching or mentoring roles in the employment, education or human service sector
 Experience working with a diverse range of clients including in-person, outreach & virtual services
 A post-secondary certificate, degree, or diploma in a relevant field (e.g. child and youth, career or
employment development, vocational rehabilitation, community support, social work, psychology,
sociology, human services, counselling, education or human resource management).
 Collaborative, flexible team player able to work with and within a wide range of community, social
service, healthcare and education professionals and settings
 Skilled in group facilitation and comfortable interacting in public and community
 Certification as a Career Development Professional (CCDP) would be an asset or willingness to
pursue training and steps to gain CCDP certification
 Comfortable using technology and highly proficient digital skills for assisting youth with online job
search, education planning, facilitating groups and meetings, email, Microsoft Office applications
including advanced keyboarding and data entry into case management databases
 Valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle is required to transport youth on a regular basis
 Work schedule is usually Mon – Fri daytime hours but need to be available to work occasionally
into the evening or on a weekend
 A vulnerable sector criminal record check is required - employment is contingent on the results
 This position requires proof of COVID-19 vaccination as Foundry is a public health facility

Key Competencies:
 Values. Behaves consistently with clear personal values that complement NIEFS’s values of
excellence, diversity, and respect.
 Integrity & Ethics. Ensures integrity in personal and organizational practices and professional
behavior. Builds a respectful and client-centered workplace committed to maintaining privacy and
confidentiality.
 Innovation. Thinks creatively; is open to new ideas and technologies. Is committed to developing
effective and new approaches to service excellence. Is flexible and adaptable to meeting everchanging
demands of clients, funders, employers, and other community stakeholders.
 Accountability. Accepts and creates a culture of accountability; fosters personal growth; takes
personal ownership and initiative. Is self-aware and demonstrates a commitment to ongoing
learning and continual improvement in a highly complex environment.
 Engagement. Shows passion for the job and the mission of North Island Employment.
 Effective Communication. Fosters open communication, actively listens to others, speaks
effectively and respectfully, and prepares written communication so that messages are clearly
understood.
 Organized & Efficient. Plans ahead and works in a systematic and organized way. Follows policy,
directions and procedures and ensures deliverables are met on time and according to agreed
standards.
 Relationship Building. Builds strong working relationships with individuals, service providers and
businesses in the community to foster a spirit of collaboration, spread awareness of services and
create a foundation for working relationships.
/ hour (
$28.84-$30.60 per hour
)
Details
Youth Employment Counsellor/Group Facilitator

Reports to: Regional Manager, Client Services
Hours: As per the Offer of Employment
Salary: $28.84-$30.60 per hour

Who you are…
As a professional you pride yourself on the following attributes:
 You genuinely enjoy working with a diverse range of people.
 You are a dynamic, energetic individual that enjoys working in community.
 You have strong communication skills and a strength-based approach.
 You are a skilled group facilitator with experience using a range of mediums for learning
 You are easily able to engage people and keep them engaged throughout your work with them.
 You are comfortable facilitating groups in-person and virtually.
 You have a strong understanding of barriers to employment and available resources.
 You support and promote inclusion and diversity.
 You love learning and aren’t afraid to ask questions.
 You are organized and have the ability to consistently manage your time.
 You love to learn new technologies, programs, and policies.
 You have excellent data management and documentation skills.
 Your collaborative approach to the team you work with make people want to work with you.
 You enjoy working with businesses in the community, helping people connect to opportunities.
 You embrace variety and value applying creative solutions.

The Role…
This role is part of a new, creative initiative that is focused on providing people with barriers to employment in the North Island with the tools needed to be prepared for employment through traditional and arts-based learning opportunities. The Employment Counsellor/Group Facilitator position reports to Regional Manager, Client Services and provides comprehensive employment services to people keen to explore career paths and enhance their readiness for work. The role includes engaging youth, newcomers and survivors of violence and abuse, determining needs and service planning, facilitation, supported referrals, ongoing engagement and support, skills enhancement, job development and coaching, and job maintenance and retention that improves employability and supports employment. This position will recruit and support people in their participation in a group-based cohort model. The individual will work alongside clients to identify strengths, skills and abilities and addresses barriers to effective achievement of employment and/or community attachment goals. Development of an individualized plan for service delivery will provide opportunities for certification, skills training, on-the-job training or work experience will lead to opportunities for employment and/or further education in the helping sector.
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Key Duties and Responsibilities:
 Work with group participants through activities to assess their employment and employability needs, challenges, strengths and resources and develop a comprehensive plan to address employment, education, life skills and other employment-related goals to find/maintain work, enhance employability and achieve independence.
 Provide coaching/counselling and facilitate group workshops and individualized sessions to participants to develop employability skills and to support them to achieve independence in key areas:
o Job search – including but not limited to setting employment goals, job targets, resume writing, approaching employers, applying for work & job search techniques, interview skills, effective references, appropriate social media boundaries for job search.
o Career planning & Goal Setting – including but not limited to personal planning and goal setting, career assessment, career planning and research, how to get the training, education or skills you need to work.
o Employability Life skills - including but not limited to personal leadership, motivation, interpersonal communication, conflict resolution, problem solving, teamwork, healthy work relationships, time management, stress, self-care, personal and workplace health and safety, healthy lifestyle choices, and work-life balance.
o Independent Living Skills - including but not limited to budgeting, financial planning for moving out, living on your own, education, employment, personal goals, housing search, good tenant competencies, banking, nutrition, and community knowledge.
 Coordinate employment-related services and supports and provide client-centered, effective and collaborative case management including:
o Strengths-based goal setting & action planning around employment -employability skills;
o Engagement, support and monitoring participants’ participation in employment services and progress towards their employment, employability or independent living goals;
o Coordinating services and assisting individuals to navigate through services and systems;
o Liaison and consultation with other service providers/trainers as required;
o Assess and/or refer individuals in need of employment-related diagnostic or disability supports and other specialized services;
o Provide follow up services once participants have achieved independence or employment;
o Document, report and maintain case records of contacts, services delivered and outcomes achieved (including best practices)
o Promote the hiring of group participants individually to a broad range of industry and employers.
 Engage with businesses to facilitate employment opportunities based on participant’s interests and goals. Support participants to successfully find and maintain meaningful employment through proactive Job Development Services including marketing, networking and Job Coach support as needed. Collaborate with participants and employers to create on-the-job training plans and strategies for thriving in the world of work.
 Develop relationships with community service providers, educational institutions and stakeholders to facilitate holistic integrated service delivery characterized with a ‘warm’ referral process where individual’s self-determination is prioritized.
 Maintain accurate case records of service activities, reflecting progress, planning and outcomes
 Other related duties as required.
Qualifications & Experience
Qualifications – Knowledge, Education and Experience

 3 years’ experience working as an Employment Counsellor in the employment services industry (or human service background) working with a broad and diverse range of clients
 Minimum 3 years’ experience working directly with marginalized populations.
 Experience with group facilitation/public speaking
 Experience coaching and mentoring clients.
 Experience working with scheduling and case management databases.
 Proficient using technology and computer skills associated with group facilitation, case management and job search including internet, email, smart phones, MS Office Word, PowerPoint or other presentation software, and case management databases/systems.
 Advanced keyboarding skills and ability to type a minimum of 40 words per minute.
 Valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle.
 Availability to work varied work hours including evenings and weekends.
 Certification as a Career Development Professional (CCDP) or actively working towards certification or willing to pursue training and steps to gaining CCDP certification.
 A post-secondary certificate, degree, or diploma in a relevant field (e.g. child and youth, career or employment development, vocational rehabilitation, community support, social work, psychology, sociology, human services, counselling, education or human resource management).
 A vulnerable sector criminal record check will be required and employment will be contingent on the result of this check.

Key Competencies:
 Values. Behaves consistently with clear personal values that complement NIEFS’s values of excellence, diversity, and respect.
 Integrity & Ethics. Ensures integrity in personal and organizational practices and professional behavior. Builds a respectful and client-centered workplace committed to maintaining privacy and confidentiality.
 Innovation. Thinks creatively; is open to new ideas and technologies. Is committed to developing effective and new approaches to service excellence. Is flexible and adaptable to meeting ever-changing demands of clients, funders, employers, and other community stakeholders.
 Accountability. Accepts and creates a culture of accountability; fosters personal growth; takes personal ownership and initiative. Is self-aware and demonstrates a commitment to ongoing learning and continual improvement in a highly complex environment.
 Engagement. Shows passion for the job and the mission of North Island Employment.
 Effective Communication. Fosters open communication, actively listens to others, speaks effectively and respectfully, and prepares written communication so that messages are clearly understood.
 Organized & Efficient. Plans ahead and works in a systematic and organized way. Follows policy, directions and procedures and ensures deliverables are met on time and according to agreed standards.
 Relationship Building. Builds strong working relationships with individuals, service providers and businesses in the community to foster a spirit of collaboration, spread awareness of services and create a foundation for working relationships.
/ hour (
$26.29 - $ 27.91/hr
)
Details
North Island Employment is currently accepting applications for a part-time (Wed-Fri - 22.5 hours/week), in office The wage range for the Employment Resource Advisor is $26.29 - $ 27.91. The Employment Resource Advisor position based in our Port Hardy office. This is an excellent opportunity to work with an award winning organization!

Who we are… Connecting people with work since 1986. With over 30 years in business, North Island Employment is a cornerstone in communities building extensive partnerships with businesses, other organizations, communities and individuals in Campbell River and across Vancouver Island North. These partnerships are integral to our ability to assist people to build self-sufficiency through active and sustainable participation in the labour market and assist employers to hire the right people, with the right skills at the right time contributing to a strong, resilient and healthy community.

As an award winning organization, North Island Employment is a respected leader in workforce development and has been the recipient of numerous nominations and awards that include: Non-profit of the Year by the Port Hardy Chamber of Commerce, Business of the Year (26-49 employees) and Diversity Leadership at the Campbell River Chamber of Commerce Business Awards of Excellence along with provincial recognition as Career Development Organization of the Year by the BC Career Development Association and Employment Organization of the Year by the Association of Service Providers for Employability and Career Training.

Our culture is one of personal and professional excellence, mutual respect, collaboration and commitment to people and community. In addition competitive wages, extended health and dental, health and sick days, RSP matching, and 3 weeks’ vacation to start, are part of the total compensation package for eligible staff.

Why Port Hardy and the Vancouver Island North Region…
Surrounded by majestic mountains and spectacular ocean views, Port Hardy and the Vancouver Island North region offers it all. Popular summer events and year-round world class recreational opportunities coupled with local health care, a School District with innovative programs, North Island College and truly affordable housing options, the Vancouver Island North lifestyle is unparalleled.

Communities across the Vancouver Island North region including Port Hardy are well networked with Highway 19 which connects with Campbell River, Nanaimo and Victoria. In addition, BC Ferries offers a number of different routes, connecting the region to Prince Rupert, Alert Bay and Sointula. Port Hardy also offers a number of daily scheduled flights to Vancouver from the regional airport and Pacific Coastal Airline. Check out all the great things Port Hardy and the Vancouver Island North region has to offer by visiting: https://myvancouverislandnorth.ca/ or http://www.visitporthardy.com/

Who you are… As a professional you pride yourself on the following attributes:
 You genuinely enjoy working with a diverse range of clients.
 You are able to quickly put people at ease and make them feel welcome and comfortable.
 You have strong communication skills and a strength-based approach.
 You are organized and have the ability to consistently manage your time.
 You love to learn new technologies, programs, and policies.
 You have excellent data management and documentation skills.
 Your sense of humor and compassionate way in which you treat ALL individuals immediately engages and sets the tone for an exceptional service experience.
 You work collaboratively with others in a dynamic environment

The Role…
The Employment Resource Advisor position reports to Regional Manager, Client Services and provides support and resources to Clients in the Resource Area. The position involves working in coordination with two Employment Counsellors and is a key role in client engagement within our service team. This position introduces clients to the information, tools and resources to help them with self-serve job search, labour market research and other employment related activities. This position also provides basic job search instruction and basic technical support.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:
 Provide Resource Area orientations and support Clients in the Resource Area to access: equipment usage/computer workstations with internet access; relevant software programs and templates for resume writing; Labour Market Information (LMI); telephones and fax machine; and photocopy machine.
 Support Client completion of online registration for a BCeid and services registration through the Online Employment Services Portal (self-serve)
 Refer clients to Employment Counsellors for consults and other levels of service delivery
 Assist Self-Serve Clients in the Resource Area to ensure they: o Are aware of all available services and supports related to achieving Labour Market Attachment or Community Attachment o Can locate and access employment-related information, resources and supports o Are aware of and support them in finding other community resources and government programs or benefits they may need
 Assist Clients with employment applications, interview preparation, interview follow-up, accessing self-serve workshops etc.
 Make available to Clients and Employers relevant print materials and on-line links to British Columbia LMI and other provincial and federal sources of up-to-date, accurate and relevant LMI such as the NIEFS, WorkBC, and Service Canada websites.
 Ensure users of the Work Support
Qualifications & Experience
Key Competencies:
 Values. Behaves consistently with clear personal values that complement NIEFS’s values of excellence, diversity, and respect.
 Integrity & Ethics. Ensures integrity in personal and organizational practices and professional behavior. Builds a respectful and client-centered workplace committed to maintaining privacy and confidentiality.
 Innovation. Thinks creatively; is open to new ideas and technologies. Is committed to developing effective and new approaches to service excellence. Is flexible and adaptable to meeting ever-changing demands of clients, funders, employers, and other community stakeholders.
 Accountability. Accepts and creates a culture of accountability; fosters personal growth; takes personal ownership and initiative. Is self-aware and demonstrates a commitment to ongoing learning and continual improvement in a highly complex environment.
 Engagement. Shows passion for the job and the mission of North Island Employment.
 Effective Communication. Fosters open communication, actively listens to others, speaks effectively and respectfully, and prepares written communication so that messages are clearly understood.
 Organized & Efficient. Plans ahead and works in a systematic and organized way. Follows policy, directions and procedures and ensures deliverables are met on time and according to agreed standards.

Qualifications – Knowledge, Education and Experience
 Grade 12 completion.
 3 years’ experience in a customer services and/or experience in a community or social service organization working with a diverse clientele including individuals with complex barriers.
 Experience working with scheduling and case management databases.
 Strong keyboarding skills and ability to type a minimum of 40 words per minute.
 Experience providing customer service and resolving issues both in person and in a virtual service delivery environment.
 Valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle.
 Availability to work varied work hours including evenings and weekends.
 Advanced working knowledge and experience with MS Office and navigating the Internet in various browsers and using it as a research tool
OR
 A post-secondary certificate, degree or diploma.
 A criminal record check will be required and employment will be contingent on the result of this check being such that security clearance to work in the Integrated Case Management System can be approved.
/ hour (
$35.00-$40.00 per hour
)
Details
Job Description

K'awat'si Construction Company is seeking an in-house roofer to bring their industry and trade expertise to the KCC team. Working directly with the project management, KCC Supervisors and leadership team, this highly specialized roofer will ensure they create the highest quality experience for all internal and external project partners and collaborators, resulting in exceptional output, timely completion of all projects and leadership in proactive and solutions-focused communication every step of the way.

What We Offer:

Career growth and development opportunities
1 month of covered accommodation for individuals relocating from outside of Northern Vancouver Island
Company events and holiday parties
Benefits after 6 months of employment with the company.
Wellness incentives including a discounted gym membership and free counselling services.
Qualifications and Skills:

Inspecting the structure of roofs to determine the best course of action.
Work with KCC’s estimator on labour costs and materials required to fix or build a roof.
Work with KCC’s procurement division to ensure all materials are on site prior to executing the project.
Measuring and cutting materials to ensure that they fit securely around vents, gutters, chimneys, and walls.
Smoothing out rough spots on roofs to prepare the surface for new shingles or waterproofing.
Replacing areas of clients’ roofs that are damaged or rotting.
Installing vapour barriers and insulation to create a more waterproof seal.
Safely setting up ladders, scaffolding, and hoisting equipment as required.
Updating the supervisor on job progress and reporting any problems related to the job.
Safely transporting all required equipment and materials to job sites.
Roofer Requirements

High school diploma or GED.
Valid driver's license.
State roofer's license.
Proven roofing or general construction experience.
Working knowledge of different roofing systems.
Sound knowledge of business ordinances.
The ability to lift heavy materials and tools.
The ability to use powered hand tools.
Excellent communication skills.
Exceptional customer service skills.
Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $35.00-$40.00 per hour

Benefits:

Dental care
Discounted or free food
Extended health care
Wellness program
Schedule:

Monday to Friday
Weekends as needed
Qualifications & Experience
Qualifications and Skills:

Inspecting the structure of roofs to determine the best course of action.
Work with KCC’s estimator on labour costs and materials required to fix or build a roof.
Work with KCC’s procurement division to ensure all materials are on site prior to executing the project.
Measuring and cutting materials to ensure that they fit securely around vents, gutters, chimneys, and walls.
Smoothing out rough spots on roofs to prepare the surface for new shingles or waterproofing.
Replacing areas of clients’ roofs that are damaged or rotting.
Installing vapour barriers and insulation to create a more waterproof seal.
Safely setting up ladders, scaffolding, and hoisting equipment as required.
Updating the supervisor on job progress and reporting any problems related to the job.
Safely transporting all required equipment and materials to job sites.
/ hour (
Salary range of $30-$36
)
Details
What does the Program Coordinator do?
Reporting to the Program Manager, the Program Coordinator supports the effective execution of Division programs and the associated deliverables to achieve the outcomes identified in our Strategic Plan. They develop and deliver a suite of programs, including those that focus on physician wellness, physician recruitment and integration, clinical supports, patient attachment and long-term care.

Key Tasks and Responsibilities:
• Support member and stakeholder engagement activities to strengthen relationships between the Division, its members (physicians), project partners, and other internal/external stakeholders.
• Coordinate the effective implementation of a variety of projects and initiatives that support our members, including the development and delivery of project proposals, work plans and annual reports.
• Monitor program status, recommend modifications to plans and/or budget as needed, and lead any refinement processes.
• Organize and facilitate meetings; work with stakeholders on agenda setting, prepare and distribute meeting materials, identify, track, and follow up on action items.
• Provide reports on implementation activities and outcomes; communicate progress to the project team, senior leaders, Division members, and/or funding partners.
• Collaborate with evaluators to implement evaluation and quality improvement initiatives; collect, analyze, and report on data; and conduct general research as required (surveys, etc.).
• Prepare budgets, monitor project/program expenses, and prepare reports as necessary.
• Collaborate with colleagues to streamline and optimize operational processes and procedures.
• Perform other duties as requested/required.

In addition, as a member of the Division team the Project Coordinator will:
• Submit accurate biweekly summaries of hours worked against relevant financial classes.
• Submit expense claims as outlined in the procedures manual.
• Actively participate in regular team meetings (including notetaking and chairing as required).
• Participate in ongoing learning opportunities for Cultural Safety and Humility and other job-specific topics as approved by the Executive Director.
• Support other team members in the performance of their roles.

About the Position:
• This role is 0.8 FTE/30 hours a week with potential to move to full time, contingent on project opportunities and funding.
• Regular working hours with occasional meetings on weekends and outside regular hours.
• Hybrid/Flexible work environment.
• Salary range of $30.00 - $36.00/hr based on the candidate's skills, qualifications and experience.
• A comprehensive health and wellness benefits package.

Who is the Campbell River and District Division of Family Practice (CRDDFP)?
The CRDDFP is a non-profit society that represents over 75 family physicians and works with other providers and partners in Campbell River and district that includes the areas of Cortes and Quadra Island, Gold River/Tahsis and Sayward. The Division provides opportunities for physicians to work collaboratively with Island Health, community partners, the Family Practice Services Committee (FPSC) and the Ministry of Health to identify health care needs, and to develop solutions to meet those needs.

The Division is committed to ensuring that their programs consider the calls to action by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada and the In Plain Sight report. The area that the Division covers includes the Coast Salish, Nuu-chah-Nulth and Kwakwaka’wakw family groups and the Métis of the North Island. For more information: Campbell River & District | Divisions of Family Practice (divisionsbc.ca)
Qualifications & Experience
• University degree in a relevant discipline. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
• Minimum 2 years’ experience leading and/or coordinating projects or multi-stakeholder change initiatives.
• Knowledge of BC healthcare delivery systems, previous experience working in a healthcare setting and with physicians is an asset.
• Ability to attend occasional evening or weekend meetings.
• Ability to travel to meetings and physician medical practices in the community as well as out of town conferences.

Skills and Abilities:
• Excellent interpersonal and relationship-building skills with proven diplomacy; ability to liaise with physicians and stakeholders professionally and courteously.
• Ability to handle multiple projects, work effectively under time pressure to meet deadlines, balance work priorities, and resolve issues promptly.
• Attention to detail, accuracy, and thoroughness when maintaining and summarizing information, data, and records.
• High computer literacy with strong working knowledge of standard software, particularly the MS Office suite: Excel, Word, Outlook, Access, SharePoint, PowerPoint, and virtual communication platforms such as Zoom.
• Initiative, critical thinking, and creative problem-solving abilities.
Details
Looking for a go getter to join our team at Sayward Valley Resort
Poisition is part time - 10 to 20 hours per week which includes evenings and weekends
Must be able to work in a fast paced environment and be able to multi - task.
This is a people person position, you will be interacting with people all day. We take pride in our team's customer service and you must be able to provide excellent service to our customers.
Position includes running the till, booking reservations, customer service, general cleaning, stocking shelves and coolers, and laundry.
Qualifications & Experience
Must have previous cashier experience and Serving it Right Certificate
Must be able to lift 25lbs.